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United States v. Young

February 15, 2006

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, PLAINTIFF,
v.
KENNETH J. YOUNG, DEFENDANT.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Judge Walker D. Miller

ORDER CONTINUING TRIAL DATE

This case is before me on the government's motion requesting that I set a pretrial Daubert hearing. Although defendant disputes the basis for the government's motion, he does not object to holding the hearing or to vacating the trial date for that purpose if necessary. Because I agree with the parties that the pending issues regarding the parties' expert witnesses should be resolved prior to trial, and because scheduling conflicts do not permit holding a hearing prior to the current trial date of February 27, 2006, I will grant the motion for a Daubert hearing and vacate the trial and trial preparation conference dates.

Accordingly, it is ordered:

1. The government's motion for a Daubert hearing, filed February 13, 2006, is granted.

2. The trial preparation conference set for February 16, 2006, is vacated.

3. The jury trial scheduled to begin February 27, 2006, is vacated.

4. Counsel shall contact chambers within five days of this order to schedule a Daubert hearing, as well as a trial preparation conference and a trial. DATED at Denver, Colorado, on February 15, 2006.

Walker D. Miller United States District Judge

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